JavaFX port to iOS/Android status

ozemale at ozemale at
Sun Apr 21 13:08:54 PDT 2013

 It's not so much that JIT is "not allowed" in a legal or permissions
sense, it's simply not supported by the underlying OS.

----- Original Message -----
From: Tom Schindl tom.schindl at
To: openjfx-dev at
Sent: Sun, 21 Apr 2013 21:28:05 +0200
Subject: Re: JavaFX port to iOS/Android status
 Just to this clear I don't see anywhere in the linked stackoverflow 
 stuff that JITing is allowed. My last info is that interpreters are
 allowed to create executable code.


 On 21.04.13 21:23, Tom Schindl wrote:
 > Interpreters are but they are not allowed to JIT which is probably
 > necessary to get acceptable speed for some part of JavaFX.
 > Tom
 > On 21.04.13 20:52, Dennis Franken wrote:
 >> AFAIK interpreter and JITs are explicitly allowed since end of
2011 for
 >> iOS, AS LONG as they don't download code (And don't circumvent
 >> 30% for app distribution)
 >> Maybe worth looking into llvm vmkit too?
 >> BTW why couldn't the openJRE VM be ported to ios? It runs on arm
 >> Kind regards,
 >> Dennis Franken
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